Hired 52 times
18 years in business
(Eastern Time Zone)
8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
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Jan - Jul
I did not get a chance to work with the company. He forgot about the appointment and when I called he did not offer to reschedule. I was told I am busy and make a Lot of appointments. Made me feel that my job was not important and he didn't need the business.Jan 23, 2018Verified
I hired Pedro to remove my popcorn ceiling and put up knock down. The final product looks great. He was very thorough with his work, detail oriented, and kept me in the loop during the whole process. I would definitely recommend him.Sep 29, 2017Verified
Excellent job!!! Reasonably priced and very responsive. Highly recommendApr 15, 2017Verified
Amazing, professional work. Very happy with the work doneMar 21, 2017Verified
I contacted Pedro for popcorn removal and knock down finish our new home and he came out to give us an estimate the same day, 2 hrs later him and his crew started working so diligently for many hours non stop. They worked for 3 days and at the end they did an amazing job cleaning after themselves. I will be recommending Pedro to all my family and friends because they were responsible, professional and caring. Thank you Pedro!Dec 7, 2016Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?The price I have for popcorn removal and knock down texture is . $0.99 cents a square foot, but the house or apartment has to be empty, 8ft to 10ft tall, and also at least 1,400 sqft. If the house is not empty I have to see it in or to calculate time and price, if the house has higher ceilings than 10ft I also rather see it for a better calculating and to see if I need scaffolding, same if it has sky lights or wood floors, all this things change the price a little higher not much but.. is better to see the house and get the right price from the start...
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?To explain the process and walk everything thru so there no misunderstandings
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I study 1yr and 1/2 of college for construction and I been working on remodeling since 2001